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Cycle Tours India
Website:
www.cycletoursindia.com
Contact Number:
+91 9862338466
+91 8861398666
Address:
2142 HAL 3rd stage 6th cross
Kodihalli
Bangalore
India
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Cycle Tours India

Cycle Tours India

Cycle tours India specializes in biking trips across India. We offer multi-day guided and self guided bicycle holidays covering a wide range of destinations including the Golden Triangle in Rajasthan, Sikkim, Meghalaya and Nagaland in Northeast India. In South India we cover Goa, Karnataka and ‘Gods own Country’ Kerala.
Their Tours

The Abode of clouds

8 Days Easy 242 KmAVG 48 Km
This Meghalaya Cycling tour starts and ends in Shillong. Between the Brahmaputra valley in the north and Bangladesh in the South lies Meghalaya. Meghalaya, one of the wettest places on earth, is also the only state in India to have a matrilineal system. The state is made up of three hill ranges, ...
Updated by Cycle Tours India on 25 May 2017

Cycling in The Western Ghats

15 Days Moderate 693 KmAVG 69 Km
This 14 day Karnataka cycling tour takes us from the cosmopolitan city of Bangalore to the sunny beaches of Goa. A stunning introduction to southern India. Karnataka a state loaded with a blend of urban cool, glittering palaces, national parks, ancient ruins and beaches. Bangalore is a ...
Updated by Cycle Tours India on 25 May 2017

The Malabar Coast Ride

14 Days Easy 690 KmAVG 76 Km
This Kerala cycling holiday includes one of the greenest coastal belts of the Indian peninsula and the parallel running Western Ghats mountain range. Its close proximity to the rich spice growing hills became one of the central reasons for the early explorations of a sea route to India, a voyage ...
Updated by CTG on 19 May 2017

The Monastic Trail

12 Days Advanced / Challenging 340 KmAVG 34 Km
Discover distant sub alpine villages Unsurpassing views of the Mt. Kanchenjunga Cycle to some of the important monasteries in Sikkim Stay in resorts and home stays set amidst the stepped countryside The Himalayan state of Sikkim is landlocked by the Tibetan landmass on the ...
Updated by CTG on 19 May 2017

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